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Weather effects on baits for controlling european brown garden snails in citrus

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J. L. Pappas
G. E. Carman, Department of Entomology, University of California
G. F. Wood

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California Agriculture 27(11):13-14.

Published November 01, 1973

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Weather conditions following bait treatments for the control of the European brown garden snail in citrus groves substantially influenced the ultimate effectiveness of carbamate molluscicides. Baits containing Mesurol were more effective under unfavorable conditions than the other carbamates used in the tests. Under optimum treatment conditions, all of the carbamate baits were effective, particularly those with metaldehyde inclusions.

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Weather effects on baits for controlling european brown garden snails in citrus

J. L. Pappas, G. E. Carman, G. F. Wood
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Weather effects on baits for controlling european brown garden snails in citrus

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
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Authors

J. L. Pappas
G. E. Carman, Department of Entomology, University of California
G. F. Wood

Publication Information

California Agriculture 27(11):13-14.

Published November 01, 1973

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Weather conditions following bait treatments for the control of the European brown garden snail in citrus groves substantially influenced the ultimate effectiveness of carbamate molluscicides. Baits containing Mesurol were more effective under unfavorable conditions than the other carbamates used in the tests. Under optimum treatment conditions, all of the carbamate baits were effective, particularly those with metaldehyde inclusions.

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